Yellow Diamonds

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Celebrities and trendsetters are fond of them, and it's easy to see why: Canary yellow diamonds are a stunning twist on a glittering classic. White diamonds, as beloved as they are, are a common stone in fine jewelry. Sometimes, a piece deserves - or requires - a little something extra. Yellow diamonds may be just the thing. Whether set next to each other in large numbers in a yellow diamond ring, or standing alone and bold in a pendant, yellow diamonds are a showstopper as unique as the pieces they're placed into.

What makes a diamond become yellow? Any bit of variation can make a diamond grow a certain color. In this case, yellow diamonds are created by the presence of more than a typical amount of nitrogen. While a yellow-ish diamond is often shied away from during white-diamond shopping, it's important to know that a yellow diamond should be a strong, consistent yellow all the way through. It should not appear to be a discolored diamond.

Yellow may be the right choice when trying to express sentiments and emotion through color. A yellow diamond may symbolize hope, as the color does. It may also express friendship - think yellow roses. And of course, yellow can stand for sunniness, happiness, and humor. Whether it's her favorite color or the color is representative of a quality you appreciate in her, yellow diamonds could be a great choice for your next gift for her.

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